1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler 2-Door Hardtop
A beautiful Numbers Matching Grabber-Blue 1970 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler 2--Door Hardtop model in excellent condition
Comes with all the best original FOMOCO Speed parts, and currently with only 46,000 miles on it
Also checked the Casting Codes on both the Block and Heads, and they suggest the Motor had been built a few months prior to the car, as had been customary at the time
Have not seen any Stamped information on the Block despite looking all over for it!
Factory Installed Options.-
- 429ci Super Cobra Jet
- 4-Barrel Holley
- 4-Speed Close Ratio Transmission
- Oil Cooler
- Drag Pak Car
- 3.90 Locker Rear
- Brand new Paint & Restoration (worked-on 4-Years ago by Duffy's in Iowa, runs and drives very well
And much more...!
Note. Plenty of Power Underfoot from the 429ci Super Cobra jet
Faithfully restored with the appropriate Holley Carburetor, Oil Cooler, Ram Air and hard-to-find Parts - all in great working order
All Dash Gauges work well as should
Also added a Voltmeter under the Dash for added Security as well!
Original interior with absolutely no carpet rips or issues in the Headliner
1 very small cut (half-inch perhaps) inside of Drivers front seat
All Belts in working order - you would probably want to switch out the rear ones as they are a little shop worn and tattered in some edges
The Grabber-Blue metallic Paint job had been very well done, except there are 2 small "Bubbles" on the Roof (will have to point them out to you for you to notice them)
All the Trims are in 'good-to-very good' shape - needing only a really good buffing and polishing to get them to a high shine
Magnum 500 rims with the correct Wheel caps on Firestone Bias Ply tires!
The Chassis has recently been redone, lubed and in great shape
Brand new Flowmaster Mufflers that offers an exceptionally good sound
4-Speed Manual transmission works effortlessly with the Close Ratio gears
The entire Undercarriage has been cleansed and resprayed with brand new Bushings and Heim Joints applied where needed
Absolutely no leaks or problems underneath, but a small Hose Clamp on the Power Steering Lines needs to be replaced or monitored (it backs-off occasionally)!
Note. The Fabric on the top is torn in a small area. Someone picky like myself would restore and repair the Trunk a bit more. Was also going to replace the Gas tank and get to that end of the car this Winter Season. Would prefer for it to look as original as possible, so have never used Radial tires on it, most would agree a nicer ride would be possible with Radials
This is a must see American Classic and everything within works well
Currently located in Montville, NJ.
Serious inquiries only.
Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Warranties available to qualified buyers.